My mom’s copper sun hanging in my finish room.
Trying a different route, waterproof inks building them up.
Lexington Grey above…
Brown inks added, De Atramentis Document Brown
and something I mixed up in a waterbrush!
Finally, watercolors added.
And Super5 Frankfurt Grey linework at the end; had to do it!
This is a new paper for me, Harmony.
My review of three papers from Hahnemühle will come shortly!
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Hahnemühle Harmony watercolor block,
Noodler’s Lexington Grey Ink, Super5 Frankfurt ink, and De Atramentis Document Brown ink in Pentel Aquash waterbrushes,
Pilot Metropolitan with Super5 Frankfurt ink,
Da Vinci, Holbein, DS Primatek watercolors, and Daniel Smith Watercolors.
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You sure having fun with this one 🙂
It is one of my favorites!
This technique really captures the texture of the sun. Great job!
Thanks! Mitchell liked it best when it was dots!
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